Coventry’s is part of the West Midlands launch of an exciting new Culture Offer taking place this week in libraries across the region.
A leading city councillor has backed a call for the government to get tougher on taxi and private hire drivers and improve passenger safety.
Two former extremists were among dozens of students and residents who were at an event yesterday helping people to understand more about radicalisation in the city.
City councillors have paid tribute to two long-serving colleagues who are standing down this year after representing the people of the city for a combined total of 37 years.
Health and social care leaders across Coventry have welcomed the findings of a review into how the two systems work together across the city.
The first artist to play at this year’s Godiva Festival has been revealed.
Haroon Mota – the man best known for running marathons and being fundraising Manager for the Penny Appeal – is the latest person to be presented with a Good Citizen Award by Coventry’s Lord Mayor.
Coventry Councillors are calling on the government to reverse cuts made to police budgets and help victims of crime.
On Saturday night, thieves uprooted around 40 recently planted memorial trees at the Coventry Peace Orchard and left them in neat bundles, presumably for later collection.
The vision for a £100 million development that could regenerate a key part of Coventry city centre has been launched at the world’s largest property development and investment show.
Coventry is to get more than £90 million towards two landmark city centre schemes from the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA).
Our elections team have joined forces with Councillors and staff members to recreate a protest scene from 100 years ago in order to encourage today’s young women to register to vote.
Three West Midlands cities have started work on a major initiative to help the region's communities get the maximum benefit from migration.
New payroll schedule for 2018-19.
Members of the public will be given an insight into the next steps for Coventry as UK City of Culture 2021 at a series of meetings across the city..
Traffic counts are currently underway until 12 March as part of measures to tackle air quality.
The café, located within the atmospheric vaulted undercroft of Coventry’s historic St Mary’s Guildhall, is to reopen its doors to customers tomorrow (6 March).
Coventry Councillors will outline initial plans to tackle homelessness in the city this week - which will require £1.3m funding.
An invitation for children aged 8-11 to become 'experts' in a unique interactive event at Coventry Central Library as part of Shop Front Festival.
It’s the 11th National Apprenticeship Week (NAW 2018) this week from 5 to 9 March 2018.
Fire started in classroom by storage heater surround cover.
Councillors are set to draw up a priority list of public realm improvements that will continue to change the face of Coventry and get the city ready for its year in the spotlight as UK City of Culture
Due to a burst pipe, the Book of Remembrance has been moved to Cannon Hill Waiting Room at Canley Crematorium.
Council officers have successfully prosecuted a resident believed to have withheld information relating to fly-tipping.
ICT and Digital Services hosted a packed conference before half term to make sure schools in the city are getting the most out of their systems.
A number of major transport schemes that will transform road and rail travel in Coventry are set to be agreed by councillors next month.
World Book Day takes place every year and is a celebration of authors, illustrators, books, and of course, reading! It is marked by over 100 countries all over the world.
Average speed cameras are set to be introduced to help improve safety on two of the city’s busiest roads.
Lord Mayor of Coventry Cllr Tony Skipper has signed the book of condolence for two young brothers killed in a road accident in the city last week.
Coventry City Council’s elected members have unanimously backed a campaign to stop the closure of Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC) office in the city.